NIM Talk

The next NEO Internal Meeting will take place on Wednesday 10 July, 14h30. Anirudh Sabnis will make a presentation about “OCCAM: An Optimization-Based Approach to Network Inference”. ________ Abstract: OCCAM: An Optimization-Based Approach to Network Inference We study the problem of inferring the structure of a communication network based only on network measurements made from a set of hosts situated at the network periphery. Our novel approach called “OCCAM” is based on the principle of occam’s razor and finds the…

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New members

1/7/2019: Anirudh Sabnis, PhD student from UMass, joins us for a 3-month intenship. Welcome! 10/6/2019: Quentin Petitjean is joining us for a 3-month internship for ENS Paris Saclay. Welcome! 1/6/2019: Mikhail Kamalov is joining us as PhD student. Welcome! 1/6/2019: Omar Mohamed is joining us as engineer. Welcome! 2/5/2019: Andrei Bobu is joining us as a Postdoc. Welcome! 11/1/2019: Vera Samoili is joining us for a 6-month internship funded by Bodossaki foundation. Welcome! 7/1/2019: Maksim Mironov and Mikhail Grigorev, from…

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Thesis defense

Zaid Allybokus defended his thesis on Tuesday 11th June. It took place in Amphitheater Morgenstern (building Kahn of Inria’s center in Sophia Antipolis) at 15:00. The title: Real-Time Scalable Algorithms for Alpha-Fair Resource Allocation in Software Defined Networks Abstract: In this dissertation, we deal with the design of algorithms to tackle the α-fair resource allocation problem in real-time and distributed SoftwareDefined Networks (SDN). First, we define three major requirements that picture the challenges of real-time algorithms implementable in modern distributed…

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